child.before taking almost 1 minute to execute

sruthi223 at gmail.com sruthi223 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 10:12:55 EST 2016


On Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at 4:10:13 PM UTC-5, Gregory Ewing wrote:
> pyfreek wrote:
> > The following snippet alone is taking 1 minute to execute. is there any best way to find 'No such file' other than using child.before
> > 
> >                 if not scrutinFile.startswith('/') :
> >                         scrutinFile = '/'+ scrutinFile
> >                 scrutinFileFtp = directory + scrutinFile
> >                 filePath, file = os.path.split(scrutinFileFtp)
> >                 p.sendline('cd %s'%(filePath))
> >                 p.expect([pexpect.EOF,pexpect.TIMEOUT])
> >                 if 'No such file' in p.before:
> >                         print "No such directory exists!!"
> >                         sys.exit(1)
> 
> If you're talking to an ftp client here, you might like
> to consider using the ftplib module in the standard
> library. It ought to take care of the messy details
> of error detection for you.
> 
> -- 
> Greg

Thanks greg, but my organization is using pexpect as a part of its libraries. so I am trying to use the same.


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